Thereexists an open source library called OpenCV
As I understand, OpenCV was initially created inside Intel and then went open-source. OpenCV can (optionally) use IPP to improve performance.
I started to use OpenCV but unfortunately looks like the library is not in a good shape now. It'sstability is not rock solidand function implementations are often suboptimal.I've submitted several bug reports on SourceForge web site but there is no response. According toSourceforgeno bugs were fixed recently so OpenCV's bug list is growing.
Integration between OpenCV and IPP is limited just to computer vision part of IPP. Though OpenCV could benefit from other portions ofIPP such as IPPS.
Can someone from Intel and IPP teamcomment on theco-existence of IPP and OpenCV and bright or bleak future of OpenCV. I had an impression that basically the same people are (were) working on both OpenCV and IPP. I am asking this here, because looks like OpenCV's Sourceforge's site is semi-abandoned.
Some IPP's functionality is duplicated in OpenCV. Which sideis the driving force? Is it OpenCV influences IPPcv or the other way round?
Message Edited by overspawn on 05-20-2004 08:28 PM